State of legislation and policy before the cyber attacks Chile is a country that, at first glance, seems to have a fairly complete legislation on data protection. A few months ago, the protection of personal data was enshrined as a constitutional guarantee, complementing the guarantee of privacy and intimacy that already existed in the Constitution,…

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After the cybersecurity incidents that affected the financial industry in Chile, the Superintendence of Banks and Financial Institutions (“SBIF”) modified Chapters 20-8 and 1-13 of the RAN (SBIF’s Updated Regulation Compilation) last August 31, with the purpose of having access to more and better information about incidents, and raising the security standards of the financial…

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